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BLOOMSBTJRGr, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
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Worth Itcmpiiifcerlnc: ' ' '
KYr-) ten lh ii clojo clicst Yr canister.
Ivccp collbcby itself, as.,ltii,o(ior nlTcctii
Keep Wad ami cakes In A. lln box or stono'
Jr. '. ".. .
Crntiucrrif will keepall winter in n firkin
of water In a cellar.-
8citoin)cr ana October Wlter Is iUo best
for winter ttc. ;-
Oranges anil lemons beep best wrapped in
noft paper ami, If possible, Inlil in n drawer.
To dqslroy ants, wrap a piece of gnnj cam
'pbor In cloth or paper to keep it from dis
solving, and pladd It In or about your run-
board or sugar, and it will (lrive. nwrty tbq
Meat should bo cooked by a quick fire, as
U)Q rapid closing of tbo outer por?a retains
nil the juice within, and these becoming
licatcd, crcato n liaturiil process Cf steaming
51111$ Own gravy.
Absolution of gum' arable will rcnidvp. dirt
niivl stains from marble. Lot it remain till
it dries, and it will rub oIT, or ca:i lid washed
' Wlrcirtt Is liocesiary'to' Weak" a1 b'ottle.tho
quickest way h to soak a string in turpen
tine nnd Holt rtroilnd tlio neck of the bottle
and then set firo to the string and it will
break in good .shape.
The appcaranco of old wall paper will be
very much improved by rubbing it with a
woolen cloth dipped in dryindian meal. It
removes tho duct and smoke. Pieces of stale
bread arc equally 'efficacious.
To prevent tbo smoking of a lamp, soal
tbo wick in strong vinegar and dry well be-
foro you use it; it will burn then both sweet
and pleasant, and givp much satisfaction for
tlie trouble! of preparing.
To extraet-ink from cotton, silk and wool
cn goods, saturate the spotH with spirits of
turpentine, and let it remain several hours
then rub it between tbo hands. It will
crumble away without injuring cither tho
color or texturo of tho article.
V little black pepper in some cotton dip-
ped in somo sweet oil, is one of the quickest
remedies known fortho ear-ache.
" Stono jars which have become offensivo
and unfit for use, may bo rendered perfectly
sweet by packing them full of earth and let
ting them stand two or three weeks.
To ruin oil-cloths, clean them with hot
water or soap-subs, and leave them half wip
ed, nnd they will look very bright whilo wet,
nnd very dingy and dirty when dry, and
soon crack and peel off. But if you want
to preserve them, wash them with soft flan
nel and hike-warm water, and wipe thor
oughly dry. If you want them to look extra
nice after they arc dry, drop a few table-
spoonsful of milk over them, and rub them
with a small cloth.
A New Use for Chicken Feathers.
"According to statistics very carefully
compiled," says a writer in La Nature, "wo
throw away yearly a quantity of chicken
feathers tho intrinsic value of which is equal
to tho money which wo pay out for cotton."
A startling statement, but tho author consid
ers it true; and ho proceeds to explain how
tho feathers aro prepared to make them
valuable. Tho operation is to cut tho plume
portions of the feathers irora the stom by
means of ordinary hand scissors. The for
mer are placed in quantities in a coarse bag,
which when full is closed and subjectcdto a
thorough kneading with tho hands.
At tho end of five minutes the feathers, it
is stated, becomo aggregated and felted to
gether, forming a down perfectly homogene
ous and of great lightness. It is even light
er than natural ckler down, because the lat
ter contains the ribs of the feathers, which
gives extra weight. Thi material thus pre
pared is worth, and readily sells in Taris
for, about two dollars a pound. About l.G
Troy ounces of this down can bo obtained
from the feathers of an ordinary sized pullet;
nnd this, on the above valuation, is worth
about twenty cents.
It is suggested that, through the'wintcr,
children might collect all the feathers about
a farm and cut tho rib3 out, as wo havo Btat
ed. Ily the spring time a largo quantity of
down would bo prepared, which could be
disposed of to upholsterers or employed for
domestic uses. Goose feathers may be treat
ed in n similar manner, and thus two-thirds
of tho product of tho bird utilized instead of
only about one-fifth, as is at present tho
Tbo chicken down is said to form a beau
tiful cloth when woven. For about a square
yard of tho material a poUnd and a half of
down is required. Tho fabric is said to bo
almost indestmctable, as in place of fraying
out at folds, it only seems to felt the tighter.
It takes dyo readily, an$ is thoroughly water-proof.
There appears to bo a good oppor
tunity hero for somo ingenions person to in
vent machines to cut and treat tho feathers.
loston Journal, "
t Iiorrowing Tools
farmers which ought to bo treated and cured
as a disease. Just what remedy might bo
prcfcnbcd, would perhaps be difficult to tell
in somo farming districts a dozen or so o
tho inhabitants arc always down sick with
this terrible complaint. If they could be
cured it would bo a blessing to their respec
tivo neighborhoods. Land would riso In
value, and property would bo more desirable
from tho moment it could bo said that that
ciobs oi inuiviuunis uuu uccucuicu or"mov
nl away." To bo compelled to borrow a
farm tool is embarrassing enough, but to
never return It, or, after months have elapsed
return It in a damaged condition, is aggrava
ting. 1 hero is no class of people in tho
world moro generous and accommodating
than tillers of the soil. They llko to do as
they would bo done by, that is, tho better
portion of them. Hut even the golden rule
and its prompting spjrt Vfcar put when prod
uced by a certain class of men nt their con
tinual expense. I heard an old fanner say
once: "I have learned to do as I nm dono
by, and not as I would bo dono by, Self
protection firt, and (ho golden rule after-
ward," Tho old farmer was right as the
world goes, if , wrong in any higher sense.
iiuw cuuuui. iiiis grcai evil ue cured, and
society in -this respect bo rebrraed? What
we rak is, that all borrowed tools ho taken
home at once and bo returned in as goud con
dltlou as when they left their owners' hands.
If they aro cracked or broken, take them tu
tho shop nnd havo them repaired, or buy
now ones to return in their stead. If our
advico is heeded and a new era ushered in,
a grander step will bo taken towards tho
world1! regeneration than anything the Suff
ragists can do by their voted or their con
ventions. When farmers in their upward
progress get no that they can return bor
rowed tools iraincdlatelyafW they have used
them, the sighs of a better time will have
"Mrs. Sage. I should like to know whoso
ferry boats those aro that I tumbled over in
thelialif' 'Terry boats indeed, Blr Thow
nro my shoes I Very polite in you to call
'em ferry boats." "Didn't say ferry boats,
Sirs. Sage; you misunderstood Ino fuiiy
boots I Raid, my dear friend,"
TO TUB HOYS (IF Till! vVOUM)
hy ftUitcra a. dMixii.
I Da not. Jjo (i)iovp your Iiuilne.es)
in jour trade ro what It'may
strive, by Industry oiut paUcncp,
In tho wuiM to innko jour way,
11a who blushes at his calling
And lil.i title fcors to litter,
Slmracs hiiriself, nnd, like a ninny,
, tjuarrels with his bread ami butter,
1 1 you work at forgo and anvil
tlrlnio And sVont will soil your skin,
Whatof Ihatr Such toll ts noblot
Work and you 111 surety win,
Itjou'ro honest, linn nnd prudent,
Heed not what tho Idle say,
Let their scofflngs to unheeded
Work Is work, nnd jrfay is pKiy.
Yon can never gather honey
It you'ro frightened at tho bees
Fortuno never will corao near you
It yqu Bit and lakoyour ease ;
You cah nclfler plow nor harrow
If of dirty boots afraid
Kid gloves, perfumes and cosmetics
Will not do nt any trade.
House, then, boys I Ho up and ready
Vliid sdme honest work to do
tabor Is tho great preserver
Of your lives and morals; too,
Satan never seeks a vlcilm
To recruit tho hosts of sin
Savo when) sluggards hold their council-
Only tlieie;-v111 Jet him In.
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The Old (Iray Goblin.
As Walter was traveling gayiy along, witli
nothing butjtopo and a sixpence .in his
pocket,Mio.camo on a gray old goblin trying
to mako a fire; butovory llmo ,ho tried tho
firo went out, becauso lid- did not lay tho
sticks close enough together.
"See here," said 'Walter, "that Is not tho
way; let mo show you." And, laying tho
wood together, ho had ft flno roaring firo in
"Good I" said the goblin. "Now go and
fetch mo somo water from tho brook, for
my legs aro old and stiff, whilo you are
young enough to danco all day.'
Bo Walter, who had a good mother who
had always taught him that it was tli'o duty
of young peoplo to he polito and respectful
to old people, went down to a brook closo by
and brought, some.watcr. yrth..such pleas
sant, smiling face"that tho goblin was pleas
cu,ana jsaiu.tgjnm; jVLsco yotunre '.a tine
follow, and that ypu wjjl.oue dayjnflko.youx.
way in tho world. Stay with mo to-nicht,
and J will giva you' tho 'test Supper that you
oyer tasted, in your ilte.
Walter was willing to "do that, as"ho had
only a eixpeneb in Jiis pocket. Then the'
goblin brotightout ono cgg,;and breaking ,it
in a quart Of water, nut it Over' tho 'firo' in h
silver jbqwlj turned it'aboulhjce.jimcar. and
lolit'there -was a great platter filled with
something, that looked iis jwhlto as srfow
and'as softias foam, and tasted -like straw''
berries" andlceam. Wqlter and the goblin
atStiearUyan JWaltir thougbihe had n'ovor
eaten' any thing so, gpod in-hia -life. .-After
thut'they- both went to.b'eilbutho grassr but
when' Walter woke up in tho morning" thn
goblin was gone; a littlo of last night's sup
-j ' ' t - a
perstood near him, however, and breakfast
onftblsi- ha trudged, on cheeriully till he
catno.to a magnificent city, with walls of
marble auu.towers ot cold, which was in
sucaa tumult that every ono seemed dis-
rli'ai'ViF-li1 . ....
irapiea." v aiier asKeu vynat was tne matter.
jT-xqu mnsi Dojust come to town, young
man,?-atd tho.people. "Wo have tho best
king JjTtho -world, and he has been poison
ed nya yiclcea enchantress, who- hated him
beca'&se-he .was good j and the wise men say
there js nothing can cure lain except a dish
madeoutiofan ecR and .a ouart of brook
waterj 'which1 shall bo as white as snow, as
soft.TjwY6am,Jand:taste likis; strawberries and
cream ;andg-o aro all in despair, because
everyono'Jhero has tried, and thcro is no'one
caiiJmaie'any thing of tho sort."
xesfmitican," saiu waiter. ''Imade
my tipper and breakfast on that, very same
answered ! "Wn W
tuat li o had Ins Ureaklaston it this morning."
At mat they took Walter to the roval
kitchens and put a tall cap. and a white
apron, and bade him to go to work as fast
as' posslble., alien Walter- ordered every
body to leave the kitchen, and getting a sil
ver howl; broke an egg into it, poured on a
quart of brook water, and Betting it on the
lfro, turned if about thtea times but- how
was he dismayed on seeing thcro nothing
but water, with tho yolk' and white of an
egg swimming about in it. He thought then
that (something was tho matter with the fire,
and poked and stirred it, and brought kind
ling wood and put on the covers and took
off tho covers, and then he fancied that the
egg was not fresh enough, nnd ho tried
another and another; until he had used a
dozen. Hy this time tho king's people were
getting impatient, and camo knocking and
pounding at the door, crying out; "Is the
-dish ready yet? The king is getting worse
and if you dont Bave him wo will cut your
head oil ; so mako haste."
"Yes, yes," said Walter; "presently"
but his heart would havo gono down into
his shoes if it could havo gotten there, for
ho began to bo afraid that ho could not
make tho wonderful dish, after all. Ho
took another egg, and another bowl, and
another quart of brook water, and tried
again ; but it was all tho same.
"He I he! he I" tittered somebody near
him ; and looking up, there was tho old gray
goblin hanging in tho chimney by his heels,
ana watching all his proceedings
"You can't mako it," said the goblin,
"unless you have my silver bowl" pulling
it out ot his pocket as he spoke.
"Is that it?" said Walter; "hand it here
then, quick. Tho king is dying, nnd unless
I save him they will cut oft my head."
"Oh," said the goblin," "fair and softly if
you please; what will you givo mo if I leud
you my bowl?"
"I havo nothing to give," answerod Wal
ter, "but tho sixpence horo in my pocket.'
"Well," said the goblin, "in that case
promise me that when you become a prince
you will receive me, no matter how I como
as if I were your lather, and that you will
do tho first tiling that I ask you to do, -no
matter how much you may disliko what I
"I shall bea prince,'1 said Walter, laugh
ing, "when oaks grow out of cucumbtr beeds;
but Iain willing enough to promise what
you ask, and to dn it, too."
At mat tne goblin iosed Walter tho bowl
and turned a somersault up tho c h mnev :
and lo 1 the bowl was brimming over with
something as white as snow, soft as foam,
aim tuat tasteu nice strawberries and cream.
Away ran Walter nell-mell uu tho stai
and buret into the king's room with the
bowl in his hand. Tho kin it's oves were
closed i but tho moment tho wonderful sub
stance touched his lips he sat up, and by
tho time no uau eaten tne contents of the
bowl ho could walk about as well as ever.
On being su wonderfully restored to lifo, the
king kissed Walter, and said that he should
be his son, Bo Walter was everywhere pro
claimed, as a prince, and all the people were
pleased, becauso he had a kind heart and a
pleasant word lor them ail. nut waiter
tjult'o forgot his promise to the goblin,
7b Ot ccMfinueci,
we Beopio iook mm to the palace, and
tho Lgnf'ilnrh fiddlestick camo out and
said?fiiWiat aroiy.ohWoUti'iigl about ifio
gates for, when tho king is dy juc ?" .
uiK Ull thftncoDlo
ho Great Reputation
Which VoroMic has attained In all parts of tho
country ns a
Grcnt nnd Good Medicine,
nnd tho tArgo'nnmWof'tktllAonlals which are con
sinnlly being reeilml from persons who havo been
cured by Us use, run roncluslto proof of Its grcnt
vnlue, H H Ic uiuim'ndod by physicians nnd
apothecaries. As u. lilood-l'urliler and Health-lie-slnror,
It has ill) cipml. . , , ,
Vegellnn Is not piepnred for a fancy drink made
from poor liquor.!, which debilitates tho slem nnd
tends lo destroy licnllli Instead ot lestorlng It.
Aro not tho many testimonials given for tbo dlfrcr
entconiplnlnls sntUfuctory to miy reasonable per
roiis sulferlnK from dlseiiso that they can bo cured?
Head the dlitereiit testimonials given, nnd no ono
can doubt. In many ot theso cases tho persons my
th nt their naln and suffering cannot bo ejiprcssed.ns
In cases of Scrofula, where, npparently, tnownoie
body was ono mass of corruption. If vegetlno win
relievo pain, cleanse, purity and euro such diseases,
rlorlngtliop.itlent to perfect health alter trying
different physicians, ninny remedies, Ruftcrlng for
years, Is It not concluslvn proof, It you aro n Biincrer,
you can bo cured? Why Is this medicine perform nit
such grcnt cures? It works In tho blood, In tho
clicultitlnglluld. It can bo truly called thoiircnt
lllood I'urlllcr. Tho great sourco of disease, oriel
nates In tho blood; and no niedlelno that docs not
net dlnCtly upon If, to purify nnd renovate, has anv
Just clnlm upon.publlo nttcntton. Whcu tho blood
becomes lifeless nnd stagnant, either from clmngo of
weather or climate, wont ot exercise, Irregular diet
or f nun any other cause, tho Vegetlno will renew tho
blood enrry off tho putrid humors, cleanse the
stomach, regulato tho howets and impart a tono of
vigor to tho wliolo body. The conviction Is, tn tho
public mind as well as In tho medical protesston.that
Iho remedies supplied by tho VegetablcKUigdom nro
than mineral medicines. Vegetlno Is composed ui
roois. barks nnd herbs. It is pleasant totnko.nnd
Is perfectly s.ifo to gtvonn Infant. Do you acquit ?
Do not hesltnto to try It, You will never regret It.
OANXO'f BE EXCELLED.
Ciiam.kstown, March 10, ISM.
PKAii sin-Thls is to certify that I have used S our
uioou iTeparauoir- in my lnumy iur ,-i-ii ji-un,
and I think that, for scrofula or Cankerous Humors,
or Ithenmntlo Arrectlons, it cannot bo excelled, and,
ns n blood nurlller nnd snrlni- inedlcliie.lt Is tho best
thin 1 havo ever used; audi hao used nlmost every
thinir. 1 can cheerfully recommend It to nuy ono In
need of such a medicine.
Yours respectfully, ,
' , JIrS, A. A. DIN9M0KK,
19 ltusscll Street.
- IS03T0K, Feb. 13, 1SJI.
1TPV1JV T? UTWVffMa Van .
Dkak Sin-About ono year slnco I found mysolf In
a feeble condition from general debility, egotlne
wasstrongly recommended to mo by a friend w ho
had been much bonrlltvd by Its use. I procured the
article, nnd after using several bottles, was restored
to health, and discontinued Its use. 1 feel quito i-on-lldent
that thcro Is no medicine suiwrlor to It for
thoso coinplatnt3 for which It Is especially prepared;
nnd would cheerfully recommend It to thoso Who
feel that they need something to restore them to
llcspcctfully yours, V. U VEmxam.,
1'lrm ot S. M. l'ettenglll co.i
No. 10 state St., uoston,
GIVES HEALTH. STRENGTH AND
. , APPETITE.
My daughter has rpcelved frreat benefit from tho
source of great anxiety to nil ijf her friends. A few
botiles of tho vcirctlnu rcstoredher health, strength
ana appenicv- - .t, .i, ah-i-h.-.,
No.. Sears Building, Boston.Mass.
6AINED FIFTEEN TOUNDS OF
Hoctu BiiiWici.Mo.. Jan. U,1ST2.
If. Jt. STEVENS, toil i- j . . '
urak sin i lvavo n.ui uyspepsia iniuiwurisi, iuim
fnrthn List tun ejirs. and have tnken hundreds ot
dollars worth of medlcluo without Obtaining any
relief. In boptembvr lost I commencca lading ino
egctlne; slnco Which tlmo my health has steadily
Imuroved. ily food digests well: and I havo gained
fifteen pounds of ilesh.- -There aro sevcriu others
in this placo Ukjue .Vegetlno j and all havo obtained
overseer, of Ardliopiil.'Portsmoutuj-'os .Mills.
V'egetine is1 Soli iyS All. Druggists,
Jan.-l4,lsiMm.. U r. .'
1876. GENTENMp 1876.
W. P. JQjTE& km,
To. Our Fiiiei(D6 (SLtue Eujilic :
For the kind and liberal pat
ronage bestowed injfrri ug the jiast
jear you have pur Thanks.
Through it Ave have been in
strumental in i
JJKINGING DOWN THE PKICE3
on many kinds of Goocls.
"Ve want to sell more goods this
year than wo did last, aiiebwe ask
for a continuance of ypnr generous
si)poVt,- assuring ypu&'tliat we
6hall-alwnysendeav6r -to 'sell at
We now call your attention to 89
rieces, J 6S4. yarjls, JJamburg
ings just opened
Tho above embrace
the newest and most
beautiful Patterns ever shown.
The Embroideries we sold last
year with such great success, are
and have been long famous as tho
best and most saleable, and those
just received are superior in style
and lower in price than ever before.
"We also wish to call the atten
tion of Housekeepers to our largo
Bleached and Brown Sheetings,
and Shirting Muslins,
Tho very liest Brands in all
which wo offer at very low Prices.
Wo aro also offering at reduced
and many other Woolen Goods, to
viuau mum uut.
Call and examine at tho
Popular Cheap Cash Store of
AY. P. JONES & CO.,
ELOIlXr WATCIIEB, CLOCKS,
Silverware, "Watches and Jewelry
Ladles' and Uentlemen'a Gold and 61 Ivor Watches,
of American and Foreign inanutacturt,
Silvor and Plated Ware, Clocks,
FINE JEWELRY, AO., &0.
REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
) Tho following nppralscments of real and
personal propnrtyMl apart to widows of decedents
liave been tiled In tho onlec of tho lteglstcr ot Col
umbia county, iinfler tho Utiles of Court, and will bo
presented for absolute eotuirmatlon to tho orphans
Courttoboheld In liloomsliurg.ln nnd for SJldcoitli
ty, on Wednesday, thoathday of rcbriinry,'187n,ntJ
o'clock p. m., of Bald day unless exceptions to Mien,
confirmation nro prulously tiled, of which nil per
sons luterestcd In said estates will tako no(lcoi
1. Widow ot Welllrer A. Kline, lato of Circcnwo6t
8. Widow of ltobert Johnson, Into of Jlodlson.lown
3. Widow of 01 loon llunslnger, lito of Heaver town
1. Widow of l'htllp Hhocrnaker, latd ot Hemlock
W. It. JAC0I1Y,
(ill Is IiitiIiv crlvnn fn nil let-ntrcs. rrerll.
foi sand other persons fiilerested In the estates of
tho respective decedents nnd minors, thattho fol
lulling ndmintstrntlon nnd guaidl.vn nccounls havo
been tiled la the uftlee of tho lleglster of Columbia
county, nnd will lie presented for confirmation and
nllotvnneu In tho orphan's Court to bo held In
liloomsbiug, on Wedm,sdiiy,tho nth day of February
ISTU, nt i o'clock, li. in. on said il.iyi
I. Tho llrslnnd partial account of M. U.Iacteon,
liteculor of James Uiinoii, lato of llrlarereek
If. Tho first nnd partial account of John T. Miumnn
nnd Jieuben Shumaii, llxecutors of Jacob Shumnn,
.ate .tiauiu iuii usuip, ueecuseii.
S. TIlenccnimtbt John VahCe, fluardlan ot the Mr-1
son and e date of mi'.o J. Kverelt mow ItMnUy,) I
niimir l-jui,i oi .Murum i.vercn, iuio or uraugo
4. Thi! llrt. nh,l llnfll nc(nnnt. il .T. ft. mnllh. Admin.
luratorof John linlttlo, lato of llrlarereek town-
(1. The final account of John (I. Jacoby, nuardtnu of
Sar.iU lilaiil;, minor child of Daniel lllnuk, lato ot
Centre township, deceased.
e. Tho account nf lvtcr Swank. Administrator of
KlKabetli itoach, lalo ot Hoarlngcreek township
T. Tho account ot Abraham Kline, Kxecutor of
xumij umit, latooi urango lownsiiip.ucceaseu.
1. Thu first nnd Hunt ncenilnt of t l77ln .r. U'llsnn
i:ecutrlY of .James A. vVllson, lato of Henvlck,
0. Tho llrst nnd final account of Daniel Kambnch
Administrator, with thu will annexed, ot John I
ni'rji jiuarcrecK lownsiup, ueceaseu.
10. Tbo first nnd final neeount of Itrnlnmln i:vnn.s.
ono of tho Kxccutors of James Wilson, Into of ller-
ID Tho account of Noah Mouser, David Mouscr nnd
Wm. V. Jlouser, Administrators ot Joseph Jlouscr,
ltto ot .Montour township, deceased.
12 Tho first nnd final neeount ot Walter .Mason, sr.,
(iiurdlan ot iho peison and estnto ot Walter
Mason, Jr., minor child of John Mason, uto of
13. The account of Samuel Crcasy.Kxecutor of llcnry
..v.i.ui, ..,!, u. .tiiii.ui wn iishij', iieeeaseu.
11. It', 1S70.J
BY VIRTUE OK RUNDUY WIUTS of LEVARI I'A
CIAS, KlKItl FAUIAH.nndVENI),KX.1 Issued out of
tho Court of common Pleas of Columbia county,
nnd to mo directed, win bo exposed to public sale at
u jnuviuauui, ju
SATURDAY, FEliltUAllY Cth, 1870,
at 1 o'clock p.m., nil that certain piece, parcel or
tractor huitl situate In the tmvnsiifnnf .i,b.wi
tho county ot Columbia, bounded nnd described as I
fOllOW-.S. tO Wit ! ISeirllinlnt? nt l fclnnn thnnro l,-l.l I
or W. A. and J. W. Kilo south is?r tlctrrrcs uW.l
IT'"1 """I" neap; wienco uy land of Hugh
MlUltZ north S3. dem ei's w-nst m nafel.oa ,n t.7,
heap ; thenco by land of Ilenjamm Hess north lsy I
thence by land of Andrew Creveling south 70do
gi ces cast no and 4.10 nerelies tn, i rnmi i.nnn
place ot beginning j containing tlfty-alx acres, strict
, ' yecieu u uwciung nouso and
stable, with tho nnniirtenanrns.
Seized, taken lnLocxneuttnn. nn tn h. cam na i.A I
All that certain tractor linri Bit,,ntn in snmi,.
tovvnshlp, Columbia county, l'enn9ylvnnla, bounded
and described as follows, to wit: north by lauds of
the Jllsses Lutz. east hvlanilsnf rjinhotfi
?uu;u u.ui uaiuu, ttuflui o. li. BivanK. west
by lands of tho heirs or.John Michael, deceased, con-
.u.u.UH " uv.i.-a, uiviu uf less, uu cleared anuim-
,iiuii.-u uuu in kuuu suiio oi cultivation.
Seized, taken Into execution, nnrt tn i,n nid na ti.
1.iv,jv..j v. uuumau on llllh.
All that coitnln rent estntn utnitn ,n
shin of Hetnloek. Colnmtitfi mirv i.n,.nHn.i ...i.n
north by land of Charles Dlelterlck, on the west by
land of Joseph Jlaust, on tho south by. land of Jl. i
. . . w v" v"v vuai, uj .uuu ui wuuam vvagnen
containing seventy-two acres, more or less,on vvhlcu
aro erected a frnrnn limisn. n ttint. .i
buildings, with tho appurtenances. uu"
Seized, taken Into execution, and to bo sold as tho
l-.vvv.tj vl .kuiua ... rtinueiuiiu.
All tho fOllOWlnt- renl f1ntn tniFl,.,t,..n.i,. ., I
township puicau-r, county of Columbia, nnd Htato
r n Vlcl.'"s,,1Ma' A bouni,cd and described as foUowst
rr.v. , . .. . "",'- "j .alma ui .icsso jonuson. on i
tho bou th by lands of tho heirs ot Thomas shearman"
and on tho west by lauds of Henry Ilosleraud Thorn
as Lutz, containing eighty acres, inoru or less,where-
... r. v" " OLUIrf uuuau uuu ouiuuitaings.
with the appurtenances. "it,o,
Seized, taken Into execution, nnri tn hn gai,i no ti... I
...vj'v.hj v. ,, i.i.um ClUllll,
All that certntn ntnrn nt rrni,n.t o..n ,
v,T. Win " "'"""" i-uuuij, uuunueu on t ie north
by lands of A. snv der. on M,imt ,,.. i, ,,.
tS.'SS'JSRl0"."10 S0UI" hy 1110 Lackawanna sniooms-
X? i" . ' t""'i"l"J i cumaining iwo acres, more
or less, whereon nro erected a planing mm and all
houses1 ' UD outbu"amTs' H two dwelling
Seized, taken Into execution, nmi tn in om.i ..tt,.
property ot llanlel snvder. ' " "1"
All that certain real estnlnRiftintn in t,A i.nHn..i.
of Centralla, Columbia county.bounded on tho north
r'. . ' ."uuuiuiu wuai nnu iron Co., on the
tout h bv nronortv or finnre-n Mr-i.-n...,,,- , ;,....":
by Locust avenue, and on the east by an alley, said
lot being 85 feet ft out j whereon Is erected two-
Os-ViJ ilUtUU UUUUUlg,
On" other lot sltuatoln tho same placo, bounded
"J uuy. uu uu uui -ui oy property of wm. Chap
man, and on tho east by Locust avcuuo; whereouti
..w ...u uuu iv uuu siury iramo DUiiame
heUed, taken Into execution, nnd to bo sold
property of Stephen Thomas.
All that certain real cstato situated In Espy, Scott
township, Columbia coHnty, bounded on tho north
by the I'ennsvlvanla canni. nn ttm Aittt, hv i.n uo.
. t. l"u,ttwt ptuiieriy oi dona auu
man, and on tho west by property ot B. Snyder, con-talnlnL-four
nrrrs. tnnr.. rTi.i.rao ' ,vw
Seized, taken Into execution, nmi in i cntn na n.n
fivnj vi ut Jl. iiuieuuuri..
All that certain nlern or prnntui .iid.,. i c, I
township, Columblu county, bounded on tho north I
by lauds of a. snvi ter. nn if,?. ii nn,i I
Vrrr.. i li JJ, uH&anuuuaA lliooms-
vj, uu uuiuuuuiiJKo, uuu lwo awemnp nouses.
&c!zed, taken Into execution, ana to be sola as I
Alltllflt certain lnt nt Inml e,,,nA in i. n. .1
lllopmsbor?, Columbia county.bounded on Vo norU
by lot of Ji-rrvllrona. nn Ihn t h nn .11; "itri I
Mirth liv tmKt t iYY. ;r""1 t" u",.m)
tenanct-s uuuuiubh, wuninonppur-
.i,n?,nA,,aS?,'lt,0 ??9?tlon to bo sold as I
All that certain real estato situate on tho north
west corner of Oak Street. In tho nnrniin-hnr nir.
viae, Columbia county, bounded and described ns
follows: U-fflnnlne; at ofcorner of lot of Uooriro linden
Inoakstrtetatapuliit three hundred nnd thirteen
feet from i corner of oak and Third streets, ihenco
by oak btruet forty-nine nnd a half feet to land of tho
Itii ; . I".-"""'; iiieneo on a lino parallel with
. W Vlnu fctrtet. lst) to an alley,
thenco by said alley -isik feet in linnnf i in i,,'
nforesald thenco by Linden l0 feet to tho placo of
th'J'L'i?;111? nlnto ex'-cation, and to bo sold as
All that certain real estnto in the town of ston-
uiuit, wouj ni-iuun lownsiup, Columbia county,
bounded on t ho east by I'ubllo road, on tho south by
Isaac Ldwards, on tho west by an alley, and on tbo
2. VJrJShn ai'dliammlek Cosnrovo; whereon aro
Ti . u"i--iui,K uuiisv, uani 1U1U out liUUUiniTS.
B.Ud lot.belnir go feet front by no feet In denth.
wizen, and taken Into execution, and to bo sold as
..v vi'v. .j i 111 uuumuiui,
All that certain renl estate situate In tho vtllaco ot
Lspy.scott townshlp.Coluinbla county reunsylvanla.
Imunded on tho north by nn nlley, on the cost by an
alley, on tho south by Mala Mreet, and 011 the vvest
i iui Aiireu ueemnan, whereon aro erected a
uneanunnair htoryrramo dwelllnir house, a f ram I
"..in uuu uut uuuuinipj, aaia lot hell
feet front by two hundred In denth.
fcueu, aim taken Into execution, and to bo sold ns
...w i'tvvilj ui O. , HUklT,
All that certain renl netntn i.ltnn n cM.,
(.hip, Columbia county ou tho nortli bank of tho
Misouehanna jnvcr bounded on tho north by lands
Si ,i ;. ' Vroellnif' or J0"" Shumun on tho east
Jr... . ;"' "iwuiu iiawunt-s, on tho west
contalnlnjr about 121 acres moi o or iCS, v hereon aro
Lrfic.,u tJ'" two btoited brick dwelling houso
wltn munsaru roof, hcatinc rAtum wi., .ti.ni..
imiM?:,, ?nU Sla,i,0 K"4 bouse and other out
KiHiJlJ " ' I i " tvvp stor)' frame tenant house.and
auces. ' appurtcn-
Seized, taken into execution, and to bo (old as
-vt"T"; ui iAuiii-1 nnyuer. i
All that certain nlece.parccl and tract of land situate
&&,aA...V AgcntB wanted. All
and dehcrlbcd as follow to wits on tho north hv I
ui iieuit-r mwiiHi
"vav us iuuu ui iii-iuy iiirer. uuu vnuriea it. i luc- I
wn, uu ino Huuin auu ensiuy innus oi VAuaucm nnu-
erecu-Uo three btory water iwer(lrtst Mm
fM'".. house, aframohiinlc
born, and a small frame dvytlUnif house and other
belied, and taken lato execution, and to Lo sold as
1-ivjiiij vi oivjiuuii mieuuei,
t WlCIIAKIi ClItOVEIt,
. SherlfTs Offlco, Bhi-rllT,
lllooinstiure, JanH, lSTs-ts
All persons indebted to tho uaileisltned on book
Account prior tu Juno In IkH, nro ruciuestcd to call
aud settle by note or otherwlMti before Junuurylst,
Mc, as atUir that all unsettled accounts will buplac-
T. J. SWISIIKIt.'.M. 1).
uoving asMieiftttu with ine nr. Win. MCKolvr. we
are prenaivd to attend promptly to all protesuonol
calls In NtxUoUii, burwry, and Obitotxics. j-ubllo
luuuiia rvMJwuuuy Honoiwa.
. . . aWISHKIt et ilCKKLYV,
For Diseases of tho Throat and l,nns,
auoh as Coughs, Golds, whooping.
Cough, Ilronohltis,- 'Asthma.' '
Amon? tlx great
discoveries of modern
science, few nro of
mora real valuo to
mankind than this ef
fectual remedy for nil
diseases of tho Throat
nnd Lungs. A vast
trial or its virtues,
throughout this nnd
other countries, has
shown that It does
fturelv nnd rflnHtiflllv
control them. Tluj testimony of our best citi
zens, of nil classes, establishes tho fact, that
Cnxitnr 1'kctoiul will nnd does relievo nnd
cuto tho nflllctlng disorders of tho Thront nnd
Lungs beyond nny other medicine. Tho most
dangerous aflectlotu of tho Pulmonary Organs
yield to Its power) nnd coses of Consumption,
curod by this preparation, aro publicly known,
so remarkable as hardly to be believed, wcro
Oioy not proven boyond "dispute. As n remedy,
It Is adequate, on which the public may rely
for full protection. Ily curing Coughs, tho
forerunners of moro serious disease, it saves un
numbered lives, nnd an nmount of suffering hot
to bo computed. It challenges trial, nnd con
vinces luo most sceptical, l.vcry lamuy should
keep It on hand ns n protection ngalnst
nnd unpercolved nttnek of l'ulmonary AfToc-
tions, which nro easily met at first, but which
becomo Incurnblo, nnd too often fatal, If neg
lected. Tender lungs need this defence nnd It
Is unwlso to bo without It. As n safeguard to
children, nmid the rilstrcsitne diseases which
beset tins Throat nnd Chcstof childhood, CiiEMir
Tkctohal is Invalunblct for, by its timely use,
multitudes nro recuod from prcmnturo graves,
nnd saved to tho lovo nnd nfiectlou centred on
them. It nets speodily nnd surely against ordi
nary colds, securing found nnd health-restoring
sleep. No ono will .sulTer troublesome lnllu.
rnzn nnd painful II ronchltls, when they know
how easily they can bo cured.
Originally tho product of long, laborious, and
successful chemical Investigation, no cost or toll
Is spured In making every bottlo In tho utmost
possiblo perfection. It may bo confidently relied
upon ns possessing nil tho virtues It lias ever
exhibited, nnd capftblo of producing cures ns
memorable ns the greatest It has over effected.
Or, J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical nnd Analytical Chemists.
SOLD B7 ALT, DRUOQI3T8 XVEIiTWIIEUC.
JTEW STOCK OF CLOTHING.
Gentlemen's Dress Goods
Invites attontlon to his largo andelogantstotk ot
Cheap anfl Fashionaljle (Hi
;at his store onj
MAIN STREET, IN THB HHW BLOCK,
where ho has Just received from New York and Phil
adelphia a full assortment of
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including tho most fashionable, durable and'
AND OIL CLOTH,
OF ALL SOIST8 SIZES AND COLOIlB,
He has also roplonlshod his already largo stock of
CLOTIIS AND CASSIMKItES,
Ho has constantly on hand- a larg-e and woll solecN
cd assortment ot
Cloths and Vestinga,
which ho Is prepared to make to order Into any kind
ot clothlnj, on very short cotlco, and In tho best
manner. All his clothing Is made to wear ana most
ot It Is of home manufacture.
GOLD WATCIIES AND JEWELRY.
OF EVERY DESCUIPTION, FINE AND CHEAP
Il'lS'CASE OF JEWELltY IS NOT SURPASSED IN
CALL AND EXAMINE HIS GENERAL ASSORT-
Clothing, Watches, Jowl-
TWO MONTHS FREE ! !
THE NEW YOKE TKIBUNE,
" Jhe Lcaitiiig Amtrican KewuQuer. '
On receipt Of tZ and thin fldrurtliKpmp nc'hir u'wr.
I.V'rulHtTUt?tvilitiii a.ml n,,n, (. ..ni
" - V DIV, IHjat-tifcli I JUKI, UI11U I'CiCUl
bor Slst, lsio, or for W.ao, six copies ; for nu.eleyen !
forno.thlrtyiao. Address r ' ' '
inn. io, jo-iy, THE TRIBUNE, Now TOrk.
A DVEJtTISINGi Cheaps GooJi Systcma
Jrx, tic All persons who conoemplsts maiWiif eon
lra.t wltli newnpaiwrs foratho buutlon ofadver
tUumenU, should send S!3 cents to lieo. 1'. Row ell C
i1?,'Lli l,'aflKow, New York, for thelM'AJIl'IILKT
UOOK (ninety-seventh ediuon,) contalnlnir lutnof
over !O0o newbpapcrs and estimates, showlmr tho
cost. Advertisements taken tor kauW papers in
many states at a tremendous reduution trompub
1 1 ft IIP I'fi f AtlU 11l-j run T
,w twvvB. u4 IU1 HVVI) UIi id ietiy,
time, than at any thtncj else. Wo oaer eruiitayment
.i ,i,.. . ' --y
i"r tor svery nours worn.
&,5ierkSttS25&. ffiJvJMfc. fiSKUS
tor work or buslneaa elsewhere, until vnn im
; el what we onor. u, hnwhON & c., J'urUond, iialue.
"A Woman fair to look upon,1'
AHA, The Princes.
Facitrollo ot a celebrated OU. rolntlnit by BIlO-
(JIIAHT, In 31 oil-colors-sue lun Inches. Tbo roy
al beauty of toco and form, rich oriental costume.ro-
inantio eastern landscapo back-Bround.wlth tuwell,
palm trees, Boclis, tenU, and lontr stretch of desert.
and distant boundary of mountains, combine to form
a rare and lovely picture. It -would uraco the walls
otany publlo or prlvato fallcry. tliurAssms aro
wipi over It, and re eommtlnif for tho Cash rrti
tnlum. Staid for our splendhl offer. Address
Jxul-t. ,lJ,lK,ltl)CO-.fcw vctk Illy
GRAND jOFENlNij !
HA VlNo resumed Hio 1jiiIiic?s of Mcrclinn
din Ins nt lifs Old store, ou
1LUN STREET, HLOOMSIltma,
NK1R Till FOURS HOTEL,
Iicslresto call tho attention of hli Friends and tho
I'ubllo geuerally.o his
NEW, FULL AND VARIED
STOCK OP GOODS,
And solicits a share of publtispntronaco
HIS STOCK CONSISTS OF
FLOUR AND FEED
In cnnhcclton with his stock of Jtcrcnandlso ho
constantly hecpionhand In his yard.
A fL'LL STOCK OF
Dressed anil Mrcsseil Lnmlier,
AND S1I1N0I.1:S OF HIS MANUrACTUltn.
Bill Lumber made u sticciulity.
CALL AND SEE.
T. L. GrUNTON Proprietor,
MAIN STREET, BELOW MARKET.
Manufacturer of and Dealer in all Hinds of
MONUMENTAL MARBLE WORKS
Wo uso tho best AMERICAN and ITALIAN Marble.
Ilo has on hand and furnishes to order
UltNS, VASES, Ac.
Every variety of Marblo cutting neatly executed at
wuwnra. umittci. jiitues.
A lontr nractlcnlexnerlpncn nnrt nprsnnn! nflnllnn
to business makes tlio proprietor contldent of glvine
satisfaction. All orders by maU promptly attendea
JtSyiV. Jl. Work delivered free of chnrije.&l
Aug. ai, 74-iy. T. L. GUNTON, Proprietor.
"YAINWRIGIIT & CO.,
N. E. Corner Second and Arch Strecjs,
TEAS, SYRUPS, COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES
KICX, SriCES, IICARB SODA, itC, &C.
nr orders will receive prompt attention.
110LLINS & HOLMES
No. if centre Stro;t.
Pliinite Gas and Steam Fitters
) MANUFACTURERS OF
JCI2ST "W -A. EL E,
GALVANIZED IRON CORNICE,
Wiro Trellises, Ac. Dealers in Stoves, Rang
es, Furnaces, lialtimoro Heater, LowTtown
Grates, Mantels, TUMI'S, Weather Strips,
oi i iieuucnt design, spec ai a tendon nahl to re.
Ueneeslleateu LySleainat aBimill "cost StSbiV Hot
Bargains in Lumber
at the store of
JOHN J. M-HENRY,
BENTON, COL. CO. PA
100,000 fencing boards, at S8.75
00,000 heart Shingles, shaved,
100,000 Sap Shingles shaved, at
100,000 No. 1 Sawed Shingles
Also Plant, Siding, Inch Pine,
and all kinds of lumber
can bo found in my
Cull at onco for bargains.
Dec, 8,-9 ra
TJIH 1'11-EB IS OJf KILK WITH
ROWELL & pllESMAH
. Advertising Agents,
THIKn 4 CHESTNUT 8T8., 8T. LOUIS, MO
MASON & HAMLIN
In cai'ivclty and cxcollonco by nny other. AtMrdi
and DIPLOMA OF HONOR AT
VIENNA. 1873; PARIS, 1867.
nil I V Amrrlain OrKam crcr awnrded any mlnt
II II I j In nardiie, er which present liuth extraaral
nivry i-xccllonco to command a wido Balolhcn!.
1 1 til SVP awanleil Without pirmlnmn nt Iniloi
ALYl A I O trial Eipoltlon, In Amcrlo n ell n
"nrir." Oatot hun.lml) thcro hnvo not Ix-un ill In
nil vhcro nny other orgrvni hnTO bwu pn-fcrmi.
nPPT DHnml by Umlnrnt Mn.Wnnj. In both
DCO hemUpherM, to bo lllirlv llled. : BeO
KsiISIONIAI, cmcur.All, with miluloi.9 of moro
thnn OnoTIlounnlKl (Bent free).
IWPIPT on Imrlnu n Mown & lUmlln. Do not
(1 0 0 tnko nnj cither. Dealers t tAnar ii covt
MieaioVs Jor mmg inferior mvum, and or l
reuo'l often Iru rerv Aanl to "II mmethtng eut.
II nil PTVI r P with nwrt lmirtnnt lmprovo
ritll O ILto mont. ever mndo. ew
Klnuero and either Cac ot new itenlisnx.
PIANO-HARP CABINET ORGAN
qatstto combination ot theso Lnitrumenti.
EASY PAYMENTS. ?o7monthlyornMrtcrlJ
iwymcntsior rcnlnl until rent pnjrs for tho organ.
niTII nPIICP nnd Cirralnrii, with f nil tmrtlo
UA ALU UUCO ttlnrmfreo. AddreMMABON
IIAMI.IN OIIOAN CO., 151 Tremont Strect.aiO
JONl n Union Square, NEW VOllKi cr 60 4l fl
AtUvmi St., CUIOAUO,
MASON & HAMLIN
MAY BE OBTAINED AT
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL'
L. B. POWELIi,
Ofiiernl Agent nUo for (he celebrated
I. K. MILLER.
Dealer in above Instruments.
March ll, '75 y
new mms i
A HEAVY STOCK,
Cheaper than Ever!
S. II, MILLER & SON
Have Just Received
tbo largest and best supply ot
CHEAP AND' FASHIONABLE
They havo ever oLTercu to their friends ana cus
Cloths, Cassimeres, .and Satinetts
for MEN'S WEAR,
Cloths, Alapacas, Merinos,
for LADIES' WEAK,
CALICOES, MUSLINS, OAMHRICS,
anil every vailety of Dry Goods ilwirril.
Carpets, Mats, Ottomans.
CLOSED OUT AT COST
including all the varieties of
COFFEES, TEAS ami SUOAKS,
ami a general supply of articles useful for the
tablo always on hand.
' CALL AND SEE.
Country produce of all kinds taken in ex
change for gooi'm at cash prices.
Oct. SO.'IJ tf.
J. H. MAIZE,
has Just received a lino assortment of
ALUEN EVAI'OItATEI) l'UACHKS.
Tho best fnUt of tlvo kind In tho marUet.
: Al'1-f.i: CIIEESK,
. A splendid now lot or
ClIILUItlSNH TOV WI1TS,
NK1V aTYhlS CUHl'IDOItil,
CKNTKNNIAI, lllinAl) TUTKB,
iu ii-n."ui vnrieiv. a run ctAi r i,
closed out cheap. m t'lu'a ,vl" "
viiVieSnr ini. m nf!s.,;,r,,5?5s' "a endless
Coughs Cohli, !ron
cliitU, Soro Throat, In
inj; Cough, Hoariicncss
or SorencM in tlio
Chct or Side, Weeding
at the Lung's, and every
hU!101! ?' l.l.'oThroatiLnn(r1andCheHt, aros eed-
h & L'v1.0.!1..'!. "?. ""H Mlaj-s trrlt:
, , , w...w,,to luutaiuww mv IWlupiUUlE,
Consumption can be cured
.ffisass .ody. mis
' . v MDuwvuuua 11, uasreCClVOU
AN ACTUAL 1IUB1NESS INSTITUTION AND
For Information o&ll at Omoa. or kotui tr muwi
HIIjADKIiI'HA AND ItKADINa IIOAU
MAY 8d, lm.
iiuiNS LEAvn nnrsiiT as rai.L0(vs (bdnday Excni-TRn
For New York, Philadelphia, llcailing, TottsMllo
Tamaqua, Ac., II, S3 a. m
For Catavvlsso, 11,11.1 u. m. nnd 1,80 p. tn.
I'or Wlllluinsport, o,ss a. in. nnd 4,00 p. m.
TKAIN3FOH 11VTKIIT I.KAVB AS V0I.1.0WP, (8UN11AV KX
Ix-avo New York, 0,00 a. in.
Leave l'lillndelpldn, 0,16 a, m.
Iicavoltcnillng, ll.nia. in., I'ottsvllle, 12,10 p. m
ami Tiiinanu.i, 1,S0 p. 111,
Iavo Catavvlsia, fl.so a. m. nnd 4,00 p. hi.
lM v Wllllamspoi t, t, jo a. m. nnil fs.nii p. m.
l'asscngcrs to and from Now York and Philadel
phia go through vv Ithoul chango of cars.
J. K. WOOTTHN,
Jan. 14, ls"0-tf. Ocncrnl superintendent.
On nnd nftcr November sotli, 187.1, trains will lcavo
SUN11U11Y as follows 1
Erlo Mall s.:o a. arrlv 0 Klnilm. II .fo n. m
" Cauundiilgua... 3.3.', p. 111
" liochesler...... B.1S "
" Niagara O.lo "
ltcnovo Accommoitatlon ll.lo a. in. nrrlvo Williams
rt 12.65 p. in.
Eltulra Mall 4.15 a.m., nrrlvo Hinlra 10.20a. in.
Uurfalo Express 1.15 a. 111. arrive liuffulo 8.W) a. m.
Ilurralo Kxprcs3 2.60 a. m. nrrlvo Itnrrlshurg 4.60 a. m
" lialtimoro S.40 "
ElmlraMull 11,15a. in., nrrlvo llarrlsbuigl.60 p. m
" WoAhlngton 10.30 "
" lialtimoro 0.30 "
" Washington 8.30 "
Uarrlsburg accommodation s.top. m.anlvo liarrl'v
burg 10.60 p. in.
nrrlvo Halt Imoro 2.25 a. m 1
" Washington 0.13 "
Ki lo Mall 12.65 a. m. arrlvo Uarrlsburg B.05 n. in.
" lialtimoro 8. 10 "
" Washington 10.35 "
All dally except Sunday.
1). M. BOYD, Jr., ficnernl rasscngcr Agent
A. J. OASSATT, General Manager
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
l'liilndcliihln & Erio U. It. Division.
"WINTElt TIMR TAIiLE.
ON and after SUNDAY, NOV. 21, i87fi,
tho train-' on tho rhlhidclphla & Krlo Itall
Itoad Vl blou will run as follows :
FAST LINE leavos Now York
" " " llaltlmoio
" " arr. at H-lllhimspurt
" " V luck Haven
" " " llellefunto
EHIE MAIL leaves New York
" " " l-hlhidelphlo
" " " llalllmuri'
" " " willlamsiiurt
, " " " Ij)ek Haven
" " " ltcnovo
" " nrr. at trie
0 25 a. m
12.65 p. Ill
1.20 p. Ill
6.011 p. in
8.65 p. Ill
10.20 p. in
11.60 p. Ill
..9.00 p. ',',
4-25 11, m
. 8.35 . m
.. MO p. iu
LIMITED MAIL leaves Philadelphia,. 7.20a m
" " " llaltlmoio 7.30 n,' in
. " l'arrls,burgi..1(U,in.ni
' , " arr. at Wllllnmsiiort.. 2.21)11. m
" " I-ook Haven.... 3.30 p. m
" " ltcnovo 4.15 p. m
LOCK HAVEN leaves Philadelphia
" " " lialtimoro
" " " HarrlsburL-
8.00 n. m
1- 30 a. m
1.25 p. in
0.1U p. Ill
" ' arr. at Wtlltainspurt....
Lock Haven 7)30 j.
PIIIL'A EXl'ltESS leavos Lock Haven...
" " " Wllllaiusiiort.,,
" " urrlvtsat Uarrlsburg
" " " llalllinoroT.
SL" " " New Voik
DAY EXPRESS leaves Dcnovo
" '.' ," Lock Haven....
" " arr.atllarilsbiiii
" " " Phlhiilelphia...
' " " New York
" " lialtimoro
EI1IE MAIL leaves Erlo
" " " ltcnovo
" " " Lock Haven
" " Wllllamspoi t
' " arr. at llurrlsburg
" " " Phlladelnhln
" " " Now York
.. i.40n. m
... 7.r 0. in
..11 65 n. in
.. rib p. in
.. 4.20p. in
.. 7.35 p. m
... 0.10 a. m.
. 10.1 5 a. in
..11 35a. m
... 8.(10 j). m
.. 0.211 p. m
.. 0 15 p. 111
.. 0.35 ji. in
...11.20 a. m
. .. 8.25 p. m
. . 9.45 ji. m
.. (!0.6S. Ill
.... 2.30 11. UI
7.35 a. Ill
.... 7.00a. Ill
12.35 a. Ill
3.55 a. Ill
7.35 a. Ill
7.35 11. 111
10.25 a. in
FAST LINE leaves Wllllamsport
' " arr. at llarrliburg
" " ' llaltlmore".
" " " Now Yoik
Erlo Mall West. Limited Mall West, Lock Haven
Accqm. West and Hay Expi ess East mako closo con
nectlon at Northumberland with L. & U. It. It. trains
for Wllke8.ll.1rrB and Scranton.
Erie Mall West, Limited .Mall West nnd Fast Lino
Stt.ml!Koc,0.,0 connection at Wllllamsport with
N. U. It. W. trains north.
Erie Mall East and West. Limited Mall West, Fast
Line W est iind liay Express East make closo con
nect on at Lock llaven Willi II.E. V. It. It. trains.
HVl'f'tv WT K"- 'X' & V' tt"a ttt
Parlor tlors will run between Philadelphia and
U ll lamspoitou Limited Mall West, rist ; lTuc 1 West
Philadelphia Lxpress jjnst and Uay Express East,
Sleeping vara ou all night trains. ' '
AVM. A. UALDWIN,
Dec. 17,75-tf ueneral Supt.
DEIiAWAHE, LACKAWANNA AND
Tlmo-Tablo No. Takes effect at 4:30 A. 31
MONDAY, NOVEMIIEH 22 lb75.
a.m. p in. p.m.
p.m. p.m. a.m
a w u is
.. Wi-ht Pittsion..
2 21) 0 25
111 3 II
1 It 3 17
7 07 SU
7 ui a 419
0 54 a 111
u 51 3 m
1U 27 3 111
10 27 3 17
8 82 1 4S
3 37 7 63
0 45 2 64
0 30 2 42
0 15 2 30
0 m it 25
U til 2 19
iiuik H nvviicu...
ruinc inn .
12 23 5 38
12 32 5 47
12 30 6 62
12 61 0 10
sup. rlnfcndenfs onicoVteraafo
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V nnrt iiin 'uishnv. Ph.. In nr,m,i
Wilds Of ' .uuu u
liotiiS. toost BtylC8' at l0we8t Prices, ana at an
Parties having such w or do w
eollcltoa1 UnrraB,C(1 Mtluactlon. order
WM. F. IODINE.
RAIL ROAD TIME